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Criminal Law Summary Notes

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Summary Notes for Criminal Law. Larceny, Assault, Manslaughter, Property Offences, Murder.

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Law Criminal law Crimes Criminal defenses Consent Forensic psychology Automatism M'Naghten Rules Elements of crime Mens rea Intention Theft
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Law Criminal law Crimes Criminal defenses Consent Forensic psychology Automatism M'Naghten Rules Elements of crime Mens rea Intention Theft
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IIch v R- ‘At common law, larceny is committed by a person who, without the consent of the owner, fraudulently and without a claim of right made in good faith, takes and carries away anything capable of being stolen, with intent at the time of such taking, permanently to deprive the owner therefore’ Per Barwick CJ in Croton v R (1967) HCA: Larceny is taking and carrying away the personal goods of another from any place [the actus reus of ‘asportation’] with the felonious intent to convey them to the taker’s own use, to make them permanently his property without the consent of the true owner [the mens rea]. ACTUS REUS MENS REA Takes and Carries Away Intention to permanently deprive owner at the t...
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